lehman + silva, porto.
C’Est Sombre Vers Le Nord roughly translates - It’s grim up North. A term used by people living in the South of England towards those living in the North.
In the autumn of 1933 the author and playwright J. B. Priestley went on a tour of England. His subsequent book English Journey is widely blamed for the “Grim up North” stereotype.
C’Est Sombre Vers Le Nord, is a glimpse into the North Vs South divide in the UK and other parts of the World. The Football rivalry, the class divides, the political or sometimes personal tension that can run deep into and beyond the realms of society, be that home or away.